After Lewis & Clark

Hispanic Studies students have gone on to work and teach all over the world: 

  • Elena Overvold ’09, Spanish immersion teacher at Madison High School in Portland
  • Natalie (Chernus) Stack BA ’09, JD ’17, associate attorney at Dunn Carney LLP in Portland
  • Rachel Klabunde ’11, public health professional in Viña del Mar in the Valparaíso region of Chile
  • Madelyn Troiano ’12, MA ’14 , Spanish immersion teacher with Portland Public Schools
  • Laura Estrada ’14, product specialist at Talent Tree Staffing and Promotions in Diamond Bar, California
  • Anne Daniels ’05, assistant professor of history at Wilmington College
  • Grace Wedgwood ’11, Spanish teacher at Rainier Beach High School in Washington
  • Amelia Mulford ’14, graduate student in genetic counseling at Johns Hopkins
  • Daniela Ragan, ’11, owner of Letra Chueca Press in Portland, Oregon
  • Matthew Christenson ’18, Auxiliares Program in the Balearic Islands, Spain
  • Caterina Zischke-Rincon ’15, Fulbright scholar and teaching assistant in Colombia
  • Sadie Bender Shorr ’18, SUN Program Spanish teacher at Buckman Elementary in Portland, Oregon

Calling all Hispanic studies majors! What have you been up to since graduation? Start an interesting job? Discover a hidden talent? Used your liberal arts experience and degree to better the world? Adopt a cat? We’d love to know!